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Probably not. The two are indepedent events.@Edmund<br><br>actually i wasn't interested in the Dragon scores...or Pan, for that matter. Xmen 3 wasn't too bad, but he still had that tight RCP score techniques...Yeah, I think he must have changed his methods since Hancock/Green Zone...Because I'm not interested in hsi work after that. Must be those pesky drums he doesnt use anymore?Yeah, I know there's more than just the main theme in those Trek scores, I was just exaggerating to make a point. :pPretty sure the reason HGW works with Washington so often is because Tony Scott worked with him so often... :pWait, Meta, you haven't liked Powell since Hancock? This despite putting out his career peak in the How to Train Your Dragon scores? I mean, if there's anything that proves he's got the chops for Star Wars style orchestral and thematic music, it's those two (and X-Men: The Last Stand, and Pan).
Excellent score!  Reminds me of pieces of The Rock, BHD, Drop Zone, stuff from The Pacific.  Great job Andrew!  Nice themes!  Fun RCP stuff!Yes it was announced a while back, Harry returns !I can confirm that he is working on it.I'm waiting for Harry's response for returning for the sequel or not? My opinion is, I think Harry seem like working with Denzel Washington often in the movies like Man Of Fire, Deja Vu, and The Taking Of Pelham 123 and Unstoppable, The Equalizer, I think Antoine Fuqua director should hire him back again, but I don't know if his schedule conflicts with busy working with MEG Score.@superultramegaa and others<br><br>Honestly, if you take an objective look back, you can still see RC written all over Powell...And thats all well and good, because I like Powell. Well, maybe not since Hancock, but I like his style.<br><br>That being said, This will be the official first Star Wars outing with an RC score. Sure, Williams phoned in a theme...But going forward I expect RC influence to be the norm.<br><br>And, as for Giacchino...Jesus Christ. For someone who practically MADE his career apeing Williams (Jurassic Park and Medal of Honor video games spring to mind), his Rogue One was  dreadful...I cant disagree with you. <br><br><br>
Powell is heavily influenced by Zimmer. The only thing that differs him from the others is that he really has a style of his own that matches the traces of the career he shared with Zimmer. If you listen to any of your action scores, you will notice that they are clearly RCP scores. Even the orchestral, especially "Pan" have some passages that are very reminiscent of Pirates, Prince of Egypt and Gladiator.Really awesome "Is She With You?" cover by Nir Shor!Hey Hybrid Soldier, is Harry returning for the Sequel??Hybrid, Hollywood in Vienna just announced that Zimmer will be receiving the Max Steiner award. Do you know if the Hollywood in Vienna program the same as the The World of Hans Zimmer program? If it is, King Arthur is confirmed to be in the program as well.I wasn't saying Powell sounds like Williams. I'm saying he's closer in sound to Williams than he is to Zimmer for his animated movies.
While John Powell is usually far more melodic and classical than your usual RCP composer, I don't see the Williams similarity. His music doesn't really sounds like Williams' scores. But I think he is perfect for Star Wars. I am much more excited about this than Giacchino's Rogue One.Yeah, this is the best RCP action score of the year so far. Much better than Balfe's efforts and Junkie's.@superultramega It’s funny you should say that about Rogue One because, even though I do like the themes, I will agree that it definitely is weaker than any Star Wars score and seems to lack the life Giacchino normally puts into his music.<br><br>Even weirder, his music for Jupiter Ascending (another big space opera) is far more aggressive and developed, and probably one of his best. It makes me wonder if the Star Wars team wanted the safe route....Ok, not restraint on drums, but I still don't really see how exactly his music for animated films comes even close to being an RC product. When I think of RC I think of the music for the Pirates movies, the early Bay and Bruckheimer films, etc. The work on Shrek, Antz, Ice Age, and How to Train Your Dragon is much closer to a traditional Williams score than any RC product. <br><br>Plus he's working on Star Wars so he's obviously going to try his damnedest to stick to that kind of music, and to avoid the Zimmer style. I just don't understand why you think Powell, of all people is going to be the one to dilute the Star Wars sound. <br><br>Hell, I think Giacchino's score for Rogue One was pretty much nothing more than an unmemorable, and bland version of Star Wars with very little going on besides broken down notes of the Star Wars theme playing and generic Williams copy. Just like Jurassic World. I don't know how Giacchino makes Williams' style bland but he finds a way. At least with Powell we'll get more style and memorability on top of a Williams imitation.Restraint on drums? <br><br>Have you listened to Green Zone? The Bourne movies? Hancock?<br><br>Cmon...Yeah he's not Zimmer, but this isn't a Williams product we are talking about. It's an RC product. This is what I am talking about.
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The Chronicles Of Narnia - Prince Caspian
Label: Walt Disney Records
Length: 74'02 (Score: 62'55)
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  1. Prince Caspian Flees (4:33)
  2. The Kings And Queens Of Old (3:26)
  3. Journey To The How (4:39)
  4. Arrival At Aslan's How (2:53)
  5. Raid On The Castle (7:00)
  6. Miraz Crowned (4:42)
  7. Sorcery And Sudden Vengeance (6:15)
  8. The Duel (5:51)
  9. The Armies Assemble (2:17)
  10. Battle At Aslan's How (5:14)
  11. Return Of The Lion (4:10)
  12. The Door In The Air (7:50)
  13. The Call - Regina Spektor (3:07) *
  14. A Dance 'Round the Memory Tree - Oren Lavie (3:38)
  15. This Is Home - Switchfoot (3:58)
  16. Lucy - Hanne Hukkelberg (4:31)
*Arranged & produced by Harry Gregson-Williams
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Anonymous reply Replies: 1 || 2014-07-29 21:00:57
was harry ever in talks to do narnia 3 or was he scrapped from the get go?


Mike2014-08-01 20:25:11
He was scrapped, and he said in an interview that it was entirely because of the new director, but that he had no hard feelings. He only did the first two because of his relationship with that Andrew Adamson, so when the director was changed, it was logical that HGW would go. He did say, though, that he would be disappointed if Andrew Adamson returned for Narnia 4 and asked for Arnold instead. ;)

Mike reply Replies: 0 || 2013-10-09 22:54:34
I know Stephen Barton did Miraz Crowned, but did he also do Journey to the How ("In the Boat" on the complete score, I believe it's called)?. It starts out with a sound IDENTICAL to the beginning of All Ghillied Up in COD4.

MacArthur reply Replies: 17 || 2013-10-01 21:38:19
Kinda bummed that Gregson-Williams didn't use the cue from the Battle in the First Narnia.


Edmund Meinerts2013-10-01 21:50:58
He did! Bits and pieces of it are all over the action music in Prince Caspian. Plus, why would you want him to reuse the same music?


MacArthur2013-10-01 23:16:30
I don't want him too. but too use that would just have been cool like the Raiders march use in all the Indiana Jones soundtracks.


Edmund Meinerts2013-10-01 23:50:28
But the Raiders March is a theme, not an entire seven minute cue. I wouldn't want the "Desert Chase" to pop up in Last Crusade, for instance. As for themes from the first Narnia, HGW carries them over plenty.


MacArthur2013-10-02 00:02:11
Well I do know that I don't want the the Desert chase the whole time either I'm talking the cue from 0:37 too 1:17 that particular Arrangement is awesome and I would have liked to have it in the second film. But you can't always get what you want.


Edmund Meinerts2013-10-02 00:10:02
Ah, I see. Yeah, I love that moment too. Still, overall I think Prince Caspian is a better score than the one that came before it (and after it, for that matter).


Mike2013-10-02 00:24:07
Prince Caspian for me is one of those scores where I like the album better than the full score, since the album highlights the new material. Every single time I see that movie, I feel like it suffers from a bit too much reuse/temp tracking. For example, the way they reused the "White Witch" and "Evacuating London" cues when the Pevensies enter Narnia, or the way they reused...one of the cues which I don't remember the name of...when Lucy first saw Aslan. There were other examples as well, but I would have to either listen to the score or watch the movie to remember them precisely.

Unrelated, I found it a shame that several minutes of the castle raid sequence (before the album track plays) were nowhere on the album.


Edmund Meinerts2013-10-02 00:36:46
Yeah, I agree Mike. There's a few too many cues just tracked in from the first one...not nearly as bad as On Stranger Tides or The Dark Knight Rises, though. And the new material is good, especially some of the action music.

Good point about the first half of the castle raid sequence. Can't believe that was missing from the album compared with some of the tracked stuff they did put on. Reepicheep's little muted trumpet theme is brilliant! Ultimately I think both the complete score and the album are lacking, and the best thing is to kinda build your own album out of the best bits from the complete. ;)


MacArthur2013-10-02 00:38:39
Oh yeah Caspian Is a great score.


Mike2013-10-02 16:24:29
Edmund, are you judging TDKR off the album? Because the album is most of the reused music in the movie (sadly; awful presentation of the score). Within the film there is a lot of new material, and I'd say the reused stuff is the minority of the score.


MacArthur2013-10-02 17:41:29
I love the Dark Knight Rises Score. And I don't think it repeated music too much......Now POTC4 did.


Edmund Meinerts2013-10-02 17:46:12
A lot of the action cues like "Batman Chased" seem like they're cobbled together from the action music in BB and TDK. But mostly my issue is with the finale ("Rise" on album) which is basically a weaker rehash of "A Dark Knight". But I've also heard the complete score and it still strikes me as though there's too much tracking in. Sure there's some new material, and it's better than On Stranger Tides (to be fair, everything's better than On Stranger Tides), but it's still a disappointment I think. The vast majority of the new material is in the suites Zimmer wrote and a lot of that stuff didn't even make the film, which makes me wonder how much Nolan is to blame as well.


Mike2013-10-02 18:01:16
I would suggest giving it another listen. The only really notable rehashes are, as you said, "Batman Chased" and "Rise". There's also "Remember Where You Parked It?" and "On Thin Ice - Batman Returns", which are rearrangements of old stuff. But if you look at the cue sheet, listen closely to the score, or just watch the movie, a good 75% of the stuff is new. Still, I think Begins was the strongest of those scores from a purely enjoyable standpoint. TDK felt very polished, but the Joker music and a lot of the other "noise" tracks made it a weak listen sometimes.

It is a shame, though, especially in the case of TDKR's "Rise", that they just regurgitated TDK's finale in weaker form. They should have used the final few minutes of the Wayne Manor suite.


Mike2013-10-02 18:04:05
EDIT: There's also "For Old Times' Sake", "Handing Over the Reactor", and "Chasing the Convoy East". As for Nolan being to blame, I'm sure that's part of it. He was initially going to temp TDK for the most part, but Hans and James insisting on writing at least SOME new themes.


MacArthur2013-10-02 18:04:46
Was there new Batman stuff in the Wayne Manor Suite.

and I thought that On thin Ice was a nice new Arrangement. It was really refreshing to me.


Mike2013-10-02 18:06:39
Give the Wayne Manor suite a listen when you have 20 min to spare, MacArthur. Many new themes in there. And btw, I'm not referring to the album track "On Thin Ice", which is indeed new. I'm referring to the cue from the complete score when they light up the Bat-signal and Batman appears out of the shadows.


MacArthur2013-10-02 18:11:37
Ok.....Haha, Thanks I'll do that.


Mike2013-10-02 18:14:54
And just for the record....beginning at 6:58 in that suite is awesome. The arrangement of it in the movie was less exciting.

MacArthur reply Replies: 16 || 2013-09-24 17:08:35
One quick thing why didn't Harry Gregson-Williams do the score for the 3rd Narnia?


Mike2013-09-24 17:33:21
I believe it had to do with the director of the third one usually collaborating with David Arnold.


MacArthur2013-09-24 18:59:30
Odd.....Cause Gregson-Williams did it better


MacArthur2013-09-24 19:01:00
Mike you catholic or something


Alex2013-09-24 21:34:33
I disagree. I thought David Arnold's score was far, far superior. To each his own...


Edmund Meinerts2013-09-24 22:17:01
Yeah, Michael Apted directed Dawn Treader and he had previously done, among other things, The World is Not Enough with Arnold. I think Arnold did a fine job but Harry's scores were among the first I ever heard so I ultimately prefer them by a hair (especially Prince Caspian here).


Mike2013-09-24 22:52:47
I am Catholic, yes, but that relates to this how?


Mike2013-09-24 22:55:59
And yes, I agree, HGW did it better.


MacArthur2013-09-25 02:05:58
Sorry Mike I saw you say Praise Jesus. So I was Just wondering. lol.


Bioscope2013-09-25 05:21:31
I am not Catholic, and I praise Jesus everyday.


MacArthur2013-09-25 06:34:14
No that's good don't take offense to it please. I wasn't meaning it in a bad way. I'm Actually a Christian myself so I also praise Jesus every day. I was Actually named after the Narnia books.


Anonymous2013-09-25 09:13:26
Your name is Reepicheep?


Macejko2013-09-25 09:29:15
We already have one Edmund here :)


Mike2013-09-25 16:34:54
I'm not offended, just wondering what prompted the question.


Bioscope2013-09-25 16:53:09
Awesome, Mac:) And to you, too, Mike :)


MacArthur2013-09-25 17:13:15
Not Edmund or Reepicheep


Spence2013-09-25 18:44:48
This is first time I've ever seen someone bring up christianity or religion on the internet without someone getting offended or an atheist trying to convert anyone.

Good job HZ.com. :)

SAIF reply Replies: 0 || 2012-10-11 13:55:58
THANK YOU

Ricky Agrawal reply Replies: 0 || 2011-03-27 00:00:00
How could i get the songs of Narnia 2008

Brad reply Replies: 0 || 2010-08-29 00:00:00
Is there some way to get the music from the beginning of the attack on the castle? It's some of my favorite music, but it's not on the CD.

D A R T H reply Replies: 0 || 2010-02-06 00:00:00
yes there is a bootleg...3cd riped from an internal promo dvd

not easy to find

HGW4 reply Replies: 0 || 2010-02-05 00:00:00
If there is, I can't find it :(

Ele reply Replies: 0 || 2010-02-04 00:00:00
Is there any complete bootleg for this one?

Bruno Lasala reply Replies: 0 || 2009-11-28 00:00:00
Excelente score. No esperaba menos de Harry.

Lucy reply Replies: 0 || 2009-06-20 00:00:00
I love the song The Call!!!
It makes me cry still!!!
I've watched literally 100 times!!!
I LOVE THAT FILM!!!!!!!!!!

weston random reply Replies: 0 || 2009-02-17 00:00:00
the call is a beautiful song.it's easy to memorize and fun to sing.me and my friend know it by heart.

fabien reply Replies: 0 || 2008-11-19 00:00:00
Harry 's best score is Kingdom Of Heaven Complete. There are in this album all the themes ensentially remixed for this soundtrack.

Mario Soundtrack reply Replies: 0 || 2008-11-19 00:00:00
That do an edicion special of 2 disks and put all the subjects of the movie!!!

tibo vertessen reply Replies: 0 || 2008-10-12 00:00:00
cool

Falconet reply Replies: 0 || 2008-08-30 00:00:00
Add in the credits Richard Harvey musician: ethnic woodwinds ^^

mumble reply Replies: 0 || 2008-07-07 00:00:00
i think it's very amazing movie


I loved it

steve reply Replies: 0 || 2008-06-26 00:00:00
o.0 love it

DemonStar reply Replies: 0 || 2008-06-21 00:00:00
Just saw the movie, and as usual there are once again a lot of good stuffs from the movie missing. Gotten ready for my ranting? ;D

*******!! SPOILERS ALERT !!********

* The opening credits and first half of the Prince Caspian Flees sequence

* Brawl at the Station sequence, arrival to Narnia (if I remember correctly, it's totally unreleased)

* Caspian's flight through the forest with Ninambrik (?) and the badger and saving the latter from some Telmarines (great percussion)

* The whole portion of the Pevensies' travel through Narnia after Lucy is saved from a wild bear

* Caspian rallies his troops in the cave (?) and tells them he's the rightful heir

* Lucy's dream sequence (a very beautiful, long piano/woodwind driven piece, I cannot understand why they left it out. Two thumbs up to HGW on this one!! :-)

* Pevensies' first encounter with Caspian and Peter and the latter's subsequent duel (as far as I remember this was a great piece)

* The Army salutes Caspian and the Pevensies' as they arrive at Aslan's How; this featured a GREAT reprise of the theme from the first movie and reduced me nearly to tears when I saw it was unreleased.

* The full first half of the Raid On The Castle sequence (when Peter, Caspian and others actually infiltrate the Castle and take down the Telmarine guards)

* Repicheep's muted trumpet theme (this really pissed me off that they didn't release it!!)

* A part of the second half of the Raid On The Castle sequence when Peter escapes on a Griffin from Miraz's castle

* Miraz Arrives - the Telmarine army arrives at Aslan's How before the Duel parlay scene. This is a faster, percussion-driven version of "Miraz Crowned"

* Parts of "Battle At Aslan's How" and the second half of "Door In The Air" seem to be missing, although I'm not sure.

*******!! SPOILERS END !!**********

There must be more, surely too, but these are the ones that were stuck in my head after seeing the movie. So let's keep our hopes up for a bootleg! ;-)

vina reply Replies: 0 || 2008-06-17 00:00:00
I think i love ben barnes...
so much!

vina reply Replies: 0 || 2008-06-17 00:00:00
Dobby..........................
Just look in here!

Pridelander reply Replies: 0 || 2008-06-16 00:00:00
for Dobby :)

THE CALL
Written and Performed by Regina Spektor
Arranged and Produced by Harry Gregson-Williams and Regina Spektor


I admit... I like this song and "This Is Home". But, I HATE "A Dance 'Round the Memory Tree" as much as "Winter Light" from LWW :P

Dobby reply Replies: 0 || 2008-06-16 00:00:00
Who wrote The Call?!?!?!? I NEED TO KNOW!!!!!!!!!!!

vina reply Replies: 0 || 2008-06-10 00:00:00
This song is xcellent!
this song is come in ending,when caspian & susan kissing!
sooooooooooooooooooo sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet..........!
:)

vina reply Replies: 0 || 2008-06-10 00:00:00
i love it so much!
but katie,were album!

katie reply Replies: 0 || 2008-06-07 00:00:00
i love the song the call i tryed to buy it on itunes but it is album only but the song is great

katie reply Replies: 0 || 2008-06-07 00:00:00
i love the song the call i tryed to buy it on itunes but it is album only

katie reply Replies: 0 || 2008-06-07 00:00:00
i love the song the call i tryed to buy it on itunes but it is album only

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